von BK-Bob | 19.04.2022 | eingestellt unter: 3D-Druck, Kickstarter

Napoleonic Hanoverian Infantry: STL Kickstarter endet

David Vazquez Fernandez ist mit Hannoversche Infanterie auf Kickstarter unterwegs.

Napoleonic Hanoverian Infantry

Stl files to print your figures.

Hello guys, I am very happy to present you the new Hanoverian Infantry project, honestly, I had intended to do only Landwehrs, but finally we got involved and have made all the figures to represent all the infantry regiments, landwehrs and jägers. .

As there are many many many figures, this time only the 28mm figures with  base have supports, but you will have files for 28 and 15 with and without a base.

Anyway, if anyone wants me to help them with the 15mm supports, just let me know.

As I’m sure you know, they used a lot of British uniforms, so we’ve added the British line infantry in the all-in for those who could not enter the Kickstarter of the British.

We have tried to prepare practically all the variations of uniforms so that the project is as completed and detailed as possible.

The Hanoverian Army at Waterloo

Hanover’s military contribution to the Napoleonic Wars was displayed most prominently in the King’s German Legion, the excellent Hanoverian formation in the British army. The Hanoverian army, which in organization and uniform had closely resembled the British, had been disbanded in 1803 and was only resurrected during the ‘War of Liberation’ against Napoleon. Its infantry comprised both regular battalions (Feld-Bataillone) and militia (Landwehr), and from February 1815 each ‘Field Battalion’ was linked to three Landwehr battalions in a regimental structure, but for field service each battalion remained an independent entity.

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Organization was on basically British lines, though with trained skirmisher sections (every twelfth man) rather than flank companies of British style; two of the regular battalions at Waterloo (Lüneburg and Grubenhagen) were ‘Light Battalions’ with all personnel thus trained. The Landwehr battalions each had four companies. Uniforms were largely of British style, in red (except for the green-clad light battalions and the Feldjäger corps), although the initial shortages in equipment evident when the army was first organized in 1813 may not have been overcome entirely, with continuing use of older uniforms and ‘stovepipe’ shakos.

https://www.napoleon-series.org/military-info/organization/c_hanlight.html

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Field Jaeger Corps

Field Jaeger Corps was raised in 1813 of two and later 4 companies. Later under Colonel Friedrich, Count von Kielmansegge, it became known as the Kielmansegge Jaegers. It served with Count von Walmoden-Gimborn’s Corps in 1813/14 in the campaign against Hamburg [April and May], in Mecklenburg [June to November and saw action at the battle of the Gohrde [16 September1813], in Holstein [December-January 1814], Blockade of Harburg [January-March], campaign in the Netherlands [March-April]. In 1814 it became the Field Battalion of the Gottingen Regiment. It was disbanded in September 1814 at Hameln. In April 1815, it was reformed as two companies under Major August von Sporken. At Waterloo, it was in the 1st Hanoverian Brigade.

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In the reorganization of the Hanoverian Army in 1816, it remained the Field Jaeger Corps.

Its uniform, according to Hofschröer, was green jacket, grey trousers and a field cap similar to the Prussian type.

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Light Field Battalion Luneburg

Light Field Battalion Luneburg was raised in 1813. By June, it was commanded by Lieutenant Colonel August von Klencke. It served in a Light Brigade with Count von Walmoden-Gimborn’s Corps in 1813/14 in the campaign against Hamburg [April and May], in Mecklenburg [June to November] and saw action at The battle of the Gohrde [16 September 1813], in Holstein [December-January 1814], Blockade of Harburg [January-March]. It was stationed in the Netherlands 1814/1815 as part of the Hanoverian Subsidiary Corps, in the 2nd Light Brigade of the Light Division. At Waterloo, it was in the 1st Hanoverian Brigade. It was in France 1816-1818, in the First Brigade of the Hanoverian Corps of the Occupation Army. In 1814, it became the Field Battalion of the Luneburg Regiment. In the reorganization of the Hanoverian Army in 1816, it became the 1st Battalion [Luneburg Light Battalion] of the Luneburg Infantry Regiment.

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Its uniform was based upon the uniform of the Light Battalions of the King’s German Legion: green jackets faced black with grey trousers.

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Light Field Battalion Osnabruck 

Light Field Battalion Osnabruck was raised in 1813/14 by Captain Heinrich von Anderten. In September 1814 it was renamed Field Battalion Duke of York [sometimes referred to as 1st Duke of York] It served in a Light Brigade with Count von Walmoden-Gimborn’s Corps in 1814 at the blockade of Harburg [January-March]. It was stationed in the Netherlands 1814/1815 as part of the Hanoverian Subsidiary Corps, in the 1st Light Brigade of the Light Division. At Waterloo, it was in the 1st Hanoverian Brigade. It was in France 1816-1818, in the First Brigade of the Hanoverian Corps of the Occupation Army.

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In 1814 it became the Field Battalion of the Osbabruck Regiment (also referred to as Duke of York’s). In the reorganization of the Hanoverian Army in 1816, it became the 1st Battalion [Osnabruck Light Battalion] of the Osnabruck Infantry Regiment Duke of York.

I have no details of its uniform. Sichart states that the uniforms of the 5 Light Battalions were based upon the unifoms of the King’s German Legion and they wore green jackets.

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Light Field Battalion Grubenhagen

Light Field Battalion Grubenhagen was raised in 1813 as the Harzer Schutzen [Sharpshooters] by Lieutenanty Colonel Carl von Beaulieu. By April 1814 it was known as Grubenhagen. It served in a Line Brigade with Count von Walmoden-Gimborn’s Corps in 1814 at the blockade of Harburg [January-March]. It was stationed in the Netherlands 1814/1815 as part of the Hanoverian Subsidiary Corps, in the 1st Light Brigade of the Light Division. At Waterloo, it was in the 1st Hanoverian Brigade. It was in France 1816-1818, in the First Brigade of the Hanoverian Corps of the Occupation Army.

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In 1814 it became the Field Battalion of the Grubenhagen Regiment. In the reorganization of the Hanoverian Army in 1816, it became the 1st Battalion [Hoya Light Battalion] of the Hoya Infantry Regiment.

Its uniform was green jackets faced black and grey trousers.

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British infantry center and flank companies

With all the previous figures plus the British, you can recreate Light Field Battalion Bremen-Verden, Light Field Battalion Calenberg and Light Field Battalion Lauenburg. All those who already have the previous project British Infantry or bought in the online store of course do not need the ALL IN since they are the same figures.

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Stretch Goals:

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Die Kampagne ist bereits finanziert und läuft noch 2 Tage.

Quelle: Napoleonic Hanoverian Infantry

BK-Bob

Seit 2010 im Hobby. Aktuelle Projekte: Herr der Ringe (Harad, Khand und Ostlinge), Saga Ära der Magie (Die Untoten Legionen), WarmaHordes (Crucible Guard, Söldner und Circle), Summoners (Erde), Konflikt 47 (Briten)

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